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  • Choice of Research Method
    • Practice Issues
      • Time &Money/ Sample Size
      • Personal skills/charterestics
        • Personal Concerns
      • Subject of research
        • Chance/ Opportunity Research
          • J Patrick
  • Practice Issues
    • Time &Money/ Sample Size
    • Personal skills/charterestics
      • Personal Concerns
    • Subject of research
      • Chance/ Opportunity Research
        • J Patrick
  • Ethical Issues
    • Choice of Research Method
      • British            Sociological   Association
        • Ethics and Research process
          • R= professional integrity, fully qualified& respect P
    • Theoretical Issues
      • Representativeness
        • Can it be generalised?
          • high  Structured Interviews, Surveys/Questnn
      • Relability
        • Repeatable?
          • Reliable          S Interviews, surveys/interviews,             S Observation,          Official stats
          • Not                        UnS Interviews,     P Observation,  personal Documents
      • Validity
        • Does i measure what it is meant to measure?
        • High                 P Observation, Personal Documents, UnS Interviews
        • low                               S Interview, Surveys/Questnn, S Observation, Official Stats
    • Personal Concerns
      • observation
      • Danger
    • Personal danger
      • Requirements of Funding bodies
        • morals/religion
          • Personal Concerns
            • observation
            • Danger
        • Humperys/ Tearoom Trade
          • Kulich, D/ Travesti
            • Informed Consent
              • British            Sociological   Association
                • Ethics and Research process
                  • R= professional integrity, fully qualified& respect P
            • Deception
              • Covert or sometimes only option
            • Confidentiality
              • personal info= confedential
            • Protection form Harm
              • wherever possible, anticipate harm, reduce if studying vulnerable groups
            • Consent and Withdraw
              • Informed Consent
              • COOL CATS DON'T EAT PEPPA PIG
                • CONFIDENTIALITY, CONSENT, DECEPTION,ETHICS,PRIVACY,PROTECTION
              • S Observation,             Official Stats

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